ChAPT - Chicago Chapter of the Association for Psychological Type

Murder Yet to Come: Type/Book Discussion

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm

Location: DePaul - O'Hare Campus, 8770 W. Bryn Mawr, Room 207, Chicago, IL (the building is on the NE corner of Bryn Mawr and EAST River Road.)

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PLEASE NOTE: The Blue Line runs from The Loop to Cumberland. If you'd like to take the el we will pick you up at Cumberland and take you back after the meeting. Just email Debra to make arrangements in advance.

Isabel Myers won a national Detective Murder Mystery Contest in 1929 with the publication of this book. She saw an advertisement for the contest, decided to enter and completed the book in five months. She bested a young Ellery Queen to win the contest! 

The characters are crafted as vivid type portraits and often use expressions familiar to students of the MBTI in the descriptions.

Apart from anything else, the novel is a marvelously entertaining read, and the reader will find him/herself not only attempting to identify various types among its characters, but to work out "whodunit".A re-published classic with Isabel's key to the characters’ types.

Come to ChAPT's discussion; a fun evening for all type lovers!

The book is available here from CAPT:

Some used copies available on Amazon.


Cost: $15.00 members/$25.00 non-members 


Contact: Debra Lobin 847 363-3626.


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